Letter: Decide who we are

It is etched in blood liberals are not war mongers or hate mongers, Canadian values?

Regarding remarks made about Tom Fletcher’s column (Penticton Western News letters to the editor, Nov. 23, Time to retire Fletcher) that was in the Nov. 16 issue (Yes Justin, Canadian culture exists) for instance war hawk Liberals sent our troops to Afghanistan, Canadian soldiers gave their lives for what?

It is etched in blood liberals are not war mongers or hate mongers, Canadian values? In the letter to the editor, it was said Tom does not know the metric system. Tom said he has met few people who know their weight in kilograms and height in centimetres, sounds like his words are being twisted.

Kellie Leitch (not a racist, she is a nationalist) is right. Every Canadian should look up Sharia Law, educate yourself and see how you feel about it. Do you want your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren living under this law?

TV news is entertainment and lies. To find out what is going on in the world get on the Internet, Facebook or Twitter to see what has happened to Europe. They are having major problems and you won’t get that on the local news. This will come to a head when Canadians decide if they are going to go with the Liberals/NDP/globalists or have a nationalist country.

Anthony Sheppard




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